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Alysse Dodge

Alysse Dodge, Editor-in-Chief

Alysse Dodge is the Co-editor-in-chief for the Mesa Press. This is her second semester working for the Mesa Press. Alysse grew up in Orange County and moved to San Diego County when she began college. In her free time, she loves to surf and spend a lot of time outdoors. She also loves photography, reading, and writing. With that said, she is majoring in journalism with the ultimate goal to write for a surf magazine.

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The introduction of Moodys Food Truck on campus has been a game-changer for students and faculty at Mesa College.

Meals on Wheels

Alysse Dodge, Co-Editor-in-Chief
April 13, 2023
ChatGPT is a free, publicly-accessible artificial intelligence program.

Artificial intelligence: The future or major setback?

Alysse Dodge, Social Media & Photo Editor
December 17, 2022
A Mesa Fashion Club member poses for the camera at the Fashion Clubs thrift pop-up.

Thrift shopping on campus

Alysse Dodge, Social Media & Photo Editor
December 17, 2022
Taylor Swift at the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival.

Taylor Swift attains largest-ever U.S. sales week

Alysse Dodge, Social Media & Photo Editor
November 10, 2022
A Nissan Leaf electric vehicle uses a car charging station in South Orange on Thursday, April 22. 2021

California residents will be forced to drive electric

Alysse Dodge, Social Media & Photo Editor
October 17, 2022
The 2022 Mesa Womens Water Polo team gathers for a team photo.

Women’s water polo off to a great start

Alysse Dodge, Social Media & Photo Editor Editor
September 26, 2022
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